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    Toffen, Can you please send me one in any color, no wording.... I have a pair of Diamond Promax's being built that need a nice transom....

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    Quote Originally Posted by tux974 View Post
    Great looking boat especially like that twin package......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg G View Post
    I thought that a 200XS ROS makes 240hp? 90mph from the Chaudron should be an interesting comparison to Wildman's Tuff 28 when he is finished with it. I still think I'd prefer the white one with the single 400 doing 85mph. Thanks for the pictures Toffen.
    Kind of with you on loving that big single.. but when out hammering hard far from home... that second leg gets you home if one calls it quits on you. I'm lovin the single but that double is bad to the bone.


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    Anyone know price?

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    Have any of these hulls made it to the US? What's the lay up schedule like on them? Can they take a rough water beating? And does anyone know the suggested list price on one? I'd love to see that cabin area. And wonder if it could take two etec 250h0 Hangin on back? Someone just told me where there's a second motor sitting on a pallet locally lol


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    Those letters on side definitely have to go. Loving the red though


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    Quote Originally Posted by kbirdmon View Post
    Have any of these hulls made it to the US?
    What's the lay up schedule like on them? Can they take a rough water beating? And does anyone know the suggested list price on one? I'd love to see that cabin area.
    None of these are in the US yet but you can be 100% sure that they run and race in nothing but rough water over in Malta.

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    Hopefully the OP will chime in and have more details for you. He has been to the manufacturer. On another forum he put the price of the SV27 at $38,000. That seems very cheap and you need to add the price of getting it in the country as well.

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    Hi!

    It has to be stressed that the USD 38,000 is estimated price without taxes and transport. You need to add instruments, engine, steering system, batteries, ect etc.

    Check their website: http://www.chaudronpowerboats.com/

    Cheeers, Toffen

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    I wonder if they were inspired by http://www.cougar-powerboats.com/our...er/sportracer/

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    I wonder if they were inspired by http://www.cougar-powerboats.com/our...er/sportracer/

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    The Cougar is even narrower...6ft beam.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    Hopefully the OP will chime in and have more details for you. He has been to the manufacturer. On another forum he put the price of the SV27 at $38,000. That seems very cheap and you need to add the price of getting it in the country as well.
    Bep comes on this board on occasion and knows the family well. I'm not sure if Toffen and Bep also know each other. In my opinion there are no drawbacks to a really narrow beam. I have been in boats with 6'6" beams and they handled really well plus they are a lot easier to store and transport. If the deck's cap and liners are done properly you can end up with more interior space than a wider boat. I'd like to know the deadrise angle at the keel of the Chaudron 27. That thing looks killer.

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    This was a very narrow 23' boat and ran extremely well especially in the chop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tux974 View Post
    This was a very narrow 23' boat and ran extremely well especially in the chop.
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